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Promoted item:Original Charles Cobelle Oil on Canvas Painting Signed Art Impressionism French

Original Charles Cobelle Oil on Canvas Painting Signed Art Impressionism French

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About Impressionism

The Impressionist school of painting, which evolved in late 19th-century France, came about as a reaction to the conservative trends in French art at the time. For decades, a conservative, unadorned style had dominated the art scene. The French Academy, which doled out patronages to artists, only rewarded painters who reflected traditional themes, like portraiture, historical events, and religious motifs.Yet brewing beneath the surface was a movement discontent with the realism of 19th-century art. Impressionism, and the Impressionists, such as Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, and Pierre Renoir, favored outdoor paintings, full of light and big brush strokes. While earlier artists, like Peter Paul Rubens and Gustav Courbet, innovated some of these techniques, Impressionism really took them to the next level.The French Academy was not at all pleased by the advent of Impressionism. In 1863, the Academy's special Salon in Paris rejected a brilliant work by Edouard Manet because it depicted a nude woman in an outdoor setting. Soon after this, the Impressionists formed their own salon, called the Salon of the Refused. In 1874, these artists put on their own exhibition.Writer and art critic, Louis Leroy, was so incensed at the art show that he derisively made fun of a painting by Claude Monet, calling it an 'impression.' The name stuck, and the school, in its fashion, embraced the epithet and started calling its painters 'Impressionists.' The Impressionist revolution created a romantic sensibility which soon overtook the realism of late 19th-century France and spilled out to the rest of the continent.